Loch Monzievaird offers great accommodation in surroundings full of natural beauty and interest. This area of Highland Perthshire abounds with wildlife and activities, and is a convenient centre from which to tour other parts of Scotland.
Loch Monzievaird offers 19 Self Catering Norwegian holiday chalets and one Self Catering Holiday Cottage, sleeping between four and eight guests. These wonderful properties reside in the beautiful region of Perthshire, where the Highlands meet the Lowlands at the very heart of Scotland.
A beautiful Highland estate set in an historic designed landscape, Loch Monzievaird grounds are protected by Historic Scotland and extend to 40 acres. Across the road from our entrance is a small track that connects into a huge local path network. We are two miles from Crieff, hidden away in a quiet location perfect for either using as a base from which to discover Highland Perthshire or to venture to the east or west coast on days out.
Each of our self-catering holiday homes provides three/four-star standards of accommodation and comfort, set in extensive mature grounds of oak and beech. The lodges are private, well spread out, and take advantage of differing elevated positions to enjoy magnificent views over the loch.
Some lodges can accommodate up to eight; others are smaller, and some even have saunas. Gamekeeper's Cottage at the entrance to the estate sleeps up to six adults. All are fully equipped for a special holiday.
Loch Monzievaird Self-Catering are committed to the safety and health of our guests and staff. In line with new industry standards and government endorsed recommendations, we have expanded our already rigorous cleaning procedures.
We are accredited with Britain's Good to Go certification as well as the Landlord's Little Helper Cleaning School.
Rest assured that you can safely enjoy the peace and tranquility of Loch Monzievaird and the beauty of the Scottish Highlands in isolation.
By introducing social distancing measures, hand sanitising stations, contactless check-in and check-out, extra antiviral deep-cleaning measures, as well as training, practices and protocals for our staff and guests, we hope our you will feel confident that Loch Monzievaird is a safe place to enjoy a socially distanced holiday.
For more details of our Covid-19 cleaning measures, please visit the Information page on our website.
Cancellations Arising from the Impact of the Coronavirus.
All new bookings for arrival after 1 August 2020 are protected by Master Cancel. This means you can cancel, for any reason, between 60 and 2 days prior to arrival for a full refund.
Prior to August 1st:
If due to a government order requiring a lockdown, or cessation of services so that we are prevented from or otherwise unable to accommodate you for your planned stay, we will issue you a complete 100% refund of any amounts paid for your reservation deposit. Should you otherwise wish to cancel a reservation due to other coronavirus concerns, we will release you from your reservation and issue you a voucher for the amounts you have paid in deposit to be used on future reservations at Loch Monzievaird.
Booking Deposits, Cancellations and other Terms.
If you must cancel your reservation more than 30 days from the commencement of your stay, you will be offered a voucher equal to 100% of the deposit paid for a future stay, or 50% of your deposit paid. If you must cancel within 30 days from the commencement of your stay with us, you will forfeit your entire 20% deposit, and any remaining amounts paid by you will be refunded to you. If you must cancel within seven (7) days from the commencement of your reservation, you will forfeit your deposit, and all other amounts paid for the reservation.
For any queries regarding out Covid-19 Cancellations Policy, please do not hesitate to get in touch via telephone +44 (0)1764 652586 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To access our full COVID-19 Cleaning Commitment and Cancellations Polcies, please visit the Information page on our website.
Monzievaird's history dates back to the battle of Monzievaird in 1003.
Loch Monzievaird was the original home of the lairds of Ochtertyre. On the north side of the loch, on what was known as the 'Dry Isle,’ are the remains of an old fortress called Castle Cluggy. The fortress was referred to as 'ancient' in a charter of 1467. It belonged to the Red Comyn, who was killed by Robert the Bruce in the convent of the Minorities at Dumfries. It is thought that Sir William Murray last inhabited the castle in the middle of the 17th century.
The scenery was beautiful enough to inspire Robert Burns on a visit to Ochtertyre in June 1787 to write:
Is there a spot in Scotia fair
So full of beauty rich and rare,
Where Nature with a lavish hand,
Has formed a perfect fairyland?
All gaze with wonder, and admire
Thy beauties, lovely Ochtertyre!
Our self catering chalets are located on a designed landscape, and has been quoted as having 'outstanding architectural value', as making a 'significant contribution to the local scenery', and providing 'the highest values in nature conservation'.
Development began with the building of Ochtertyre House. This Georgian A-listed building overlooking the loch was the Murray family seat between 1784 and 1790. It is now a private house, but in its time it has been a school (Seymour Lodge 1939-1965), a theatre and a restaurant.
The self catering accommodation was developed under separate ownership from Ochtertyre Estate and is contained within an area of approximately 40 acres at the west end of Loch Monzievaird, including the original Gamekeeper's Lodge.
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